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Christmas is less than two weeks away, and while there are plenty of fabulous films to see in theaters, there are also many you can stream from the comfort of your living room - particularly if you want to see something that will make you merry and bright. So gear up the tablets, laptops, Apple TVs, Rokus, and game consoles with movies that are sure to appeal to even the Grinchiest of viewers.
All of our recommendations have to be available to stream, so you won't find certain classics like "A Christmas Story," "A Charlie Brown Christmas," "It's a Wonderful Life," or "A Christmas Carol," but we still managed to curate seven holiday themed features for families with everything from preschoolers to preteens tp high-schoolers.
"Charlie Brown's Christmas Tales" (2002)
TV-g, 17 minutes
This isn't "A Charlie Brown Christmas," but the Peanuts gang is all here in this TV special of little »
- Sandie Angulo Chen
It's the last day of the countdown to the countdown -- the last day before 25 Days of Christmas officially starts on ABC Family on Sunday, Dec. 1.
The last day of the countdown to 25 Days features a special treat in the form of a "Harry Potter" movie marathon that culminates in the network television premiere of "Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows, Part 2."
So tune in for "Order of the Phoenix, "Half-Blood Prince" and "Deathly Hallows Part 1," before "Deathly Hallows Part 2" kicks off at 8 p.m. Et/Pt on ABC Family.
Then Sunday, 25 Days of Christmas starts off with a bang -- an all-day holiday movie marathon. Schedule below:
(7:00-8:30 Am Et/Pt) Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas
(8:30-10:00 Am »
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